The newly formed Political Prostitutes Party (PPP) in Barbados says it will not be contesting the upcoming general elections as the country still await the date to be announced by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart. Can’t find candidatesLewis told the online publication, Barbados TODAY, that while several people had expressed an interest in representing the party at the election, the majority had failed to meet the required standard. “Persons who wish to join the PPP must have a genuine interest in improving Barbados’ social and economics; be willing to change the political status quo; have a business and entrepreneurial mindset; and must be in favor of legalizing, decriminalizing or regulating prostitution and other adult industry activities,” he said. Independent candidateParted ways“Since we will not be contesting this 2018 election it means that we will have to wait for the next one and that is a long process. I will continue trying to recruit citizens to join the party and once I have done that I will announce to the public that I have found my expected number,” he told the Barbados TODAY.
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